Definition of Concubinage. Meaning of Concubinage. Synonyms of Concubinage

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Definition of Concubinage

Concubinage
Concubinage Con*cu"bi*nage, n. 1. The cohabiting of a man and a woman who are not legally married; the state of being a concubine. Note: In some countries, concubinage is marriage of an inferior kind, or performed with less solemnity than a true or formal marriage; or marriage with a woman of inferior condition, to whom the husband does not convey his rank or quality. Under Roman law, it was the living of a man and woman in sexual relations without marriage, but in conformity with local law. 2. (Law) A plea, in which it is alleged that the woman suing for dower was not lawfully married to the man in whose lands she seeks to be endowed, but that she was his concubine.

Meaning of Concubinage from wikipedia

- Concubinage (/kɑːnˈkjuːbaɪnɪdʒ/) is an interpersonal and ****ual relationship between a man and a woman in which the couple are not or cannot be married...
- their female slaves. This practice was known as concubinage. Early sources indicate that concubinage was practiced throughout Muslim history, and one...
- gave the first legal recognition of concubinage, defining it as cohabitation without marital status. Concubinage came to define many relationships and...
- Largely unrecognised by modern courts, concubinage – the formal position of a mistress maintaining a religiously-sanctioned partnership with a man to...
- permissible marital ****ual activities are familiar subjects. Marriage and concubinage are permitted ****ual relationships and they are described in Quran and...
- words can adequately express the great and many evils of polygamy and concubinage, and especially as a source of misery to a Muslim woman. Take the caste...
- Ottoman Web Page. Leslie P., Peirce (1993). "Wives and Concubines: Toward Concubinage". The Imperial Harem: Women and Sovereignty in the Ottoman Empire. 198...
- 515-81 of Code civil defines domestic partnership (in French: concubinage or concubinage notoire) as a de facto union between two persons, of different...
- Life partner Friendship (romantic) ****ual Casual Monogamy Non-monogamy Mutual monogamy Polyamory Polyfidelity Cicisbeo Concubinage Courtesan Mistress...
- or person of marginalized status. See McGinn, Thomas A. J. (1991). "Concubinage and the Lex Iulia on Adultery". Transactions of the American Philological...
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